Ballistic computers have been conceived in order to reduce the workload of military personnel involved in operations by automatically providing the required fire data, once the targets have been identified.
EXPAL develops, manufactures, integrates and maintains equipment and solutions for the defence and security industries, providing armed forces globally with solutions designed specifically to enhance their operational capabilities. EXPAL offers to its customers technological support to suit their individual mission requirements.
High-performance ammunition and explosives
EXPAL also supplies demilitaristion and explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) services worldwide.
Defence and security technology for naval missions
Since 1918, when the first delivery to the Spanish Navy was made, EXPAL has been providing products to the naval forces of many different countries, as well as developing specific and appropriate solutions to the missions.
- Ammunition, explosives and pyrotechnic disposal and recovery services
- Demolition stores for naval use
- EOD services and soil remediation
- EOD material
- GAB underwater grenades
- Insensitive munitions (IM) warheads fill
- Light weapons ammunition
- Medium caliber cannon ammunition
- MILA underwater lamping mines
- Mortar ammunition
- Mortar systems
- Naval ammunition
- Propelling charges
- SAZEC surface control systems
- TECHFIRE information systems for fire support
Weapon and ammunitions technology to optimise operations
Technology is fundamental to EXPAL. Its future research and development programmes include:
- Intelligent ammunitions development
- Improving troops’ operative capacities
- Development of non-lethal armaments
- Increasing ammunition precision
- Protecting military platforms and crew
- Rocket engines for spatial applications
- Providing rapid-deployment high-mobility weapons
- Reducing ammunition vulnerability
The EXPAL R+D department continually seeks to improve on the performance of its existing product ranges, in addition to developing new solutions.
EXPAL works with its clients and other leading companies to successfully find innovative solutions for specific customer requirements.
Technology for sea defence and security
EXPAL puts into practice its corporate policies as a basis of its action to:
- Ensure the highest security standards
- Offer quality in all our services and products
- Minimise the impact our activities have on the environment
- Continue our innovate R+D activities
The Ministry of Defence (MOD) of the Republic of Croatia is acquiring a series of five vessels from Brodosplit shipyard, in order to increase the maritime protection capabilities of the Croatian Navy and the Croatian Coast Guard.
Hingol-Class maritime patrol vessels (MPVs) are a class of four ships being built by a partnership between China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) and Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works (KS&EW) for the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA).
Designed by JSC Vympel Design Bureau, the Project 21980 class counter-sabotage vessels are intended for the protection of naval bases, ports and aquatic areas of the Russian Federation.
Borei Class is a Russian fourth-generation nuclear-powered missile submarine. It is intended to eventually replace the ageing Delta III and Typhoon Class submarines and become an important deterrent for the Russian Navy.
P-8I is a long-range, multimission maritime patrol aircraft manufactured by Boeing, for the Indian Navy. It is a variant of the P-8A Poseidon operated by the US Navy. P-8I is intended to replace the ageing fleet of Tupolev Tu-142 aircraft that are in service with the Indian Navy.
EXPAL Systems Awarded by the Nato Support & Procurement Agency for the Provision of the 25mm x 137mm Cannon Ammunition
EXPAL Systems has been awarded a three-year outline agreement by the Nato Procurement and Support Agency for the provision of 25mm x 137mm cannon ammunition to its Partnership members.
MAXAM has announced the appointment of José Manuel Fernández Bosch as CEO of EXPAL Systems, the group's defence division.
Global defence and security company EXPAL Systems has presented the Deployable Area Control System (D-ACS) at DSEI 2019, the Defense and Security Exhibition that takes place in London from 10-13 September.
EXPAL Systems has launched the Deployable Area Control System (D-ACS) at the Defense and Security Exhibition (DSEI) in London.
EXPAL Systems has launched two new electronic devices E-COMPAX and M-COUNTER to enhance mortar systems’ operational capabilities at the defence and security exhibition DSEI.
Navantia, EXPAL and Elbit Sytems have officially presented TIZONA, the 30mm unmanned turret for the Program “Combat Vehicle on Wheels” (VCR 8×8) of the Spanish Army, at FEINDEF, the International Defense Exhibition held in Madrid from the 29-31 May.
EXPAL presents its latest technological developments in the field of naval proximity fuzes during the 62nd Annual Fuze Conference hosted by NDIA (National Defense Industrial Association) in Buffalo (NY) this May. During the past 2 years, EXPAL has implemented this technology in over 10,000 proximity fuzes delivered to five different Navies.
EXPAL USA reaches over 2,900 tons of demilitarised ammunitions since 2016 following the agreement signed with the US Army.
EXPAL has celebrated the 25th Edition of the Santa Barbara Innovation Awards, an initiative organised by EXPAL parent company MAXAM to promote a culture of innovation at all levels within the organisation.
EXPAL brings its integrated mortar system EIMOS, designed to increase accuracy, reliability and survivability of armed forces’ operations on the battlefield, to the SEAP region.
EXPAL showcases its latest developments for air, land and sea armed forces at the Indo Defence exhibition 2018, taking place in Jakarta on November 7-10.
EXPAL will present its latest innovative solutions to combat engineers at the Industry Day during EURETEX 2018, Eurocops' biannual exercises, taking place at the San Gregorio National Training Centre in Zaragoza, Spain.
EXPAL USA will showcase its latest developments and technologies to support Armed Forces’ current and future requirements at the AUSA 2018 Annual Meeting and Exposition held in Washington between 8-10 October.
EXPAL showcased its latest functions of the EIMOS system at its stand at the Eurosatory exhibition from 11-15 June.
The Spanish Army and EXPAL Systems have confirmed the framework agreement for the supply of extended-range 155 mm artillery ammunition.
EXPAL Systems will present its latest naval products and solutions at Eurosatory 2018 to respond to the current and future requirements of air, land and sea armed forces.
Expal is attending the eighth International Nitrocellulose Symposium on 5-7 June, which is organised by MANUCO.
The Future Indirect Fires Conference, which will focus on artillery, mortars and simulators, will take place in Bristol, UK, between 6-7 March.
EXPAL attends the third C-IED Technology Workshop in Madrid, Spain, between 24-26 October.
EXPAL exhibited its proposal in weapon systems, naval and army ammunition, technology systems and demilitarisation services in this international maritime exposition in Sydney between 3-5 October.
EXPAL will demonstrate its capabilities and developments in demilitarisation services, demolition material and energetic products that manages in its state-of-the-art facilities located in Texas at this year's AUSA meeting and exposition.
EXPAL will attend DSEI, which is being held between 12-15 September, to showcase its ammunition fire support operations solutions.
EXPAL and Proytecsa Sign Agreement for Ammunition Demilitarisation and Improvised Explosive Sector Collaboration
IEDD and EOD solutions provider EXPAL Systems is a developer and manufacturer of products and services such as clearance of terrains and soil remediation works. EXPAL has been integrated within solutions for defence and security industries for the past 70 years.
A demilitarization program funded by the European Union.
The demonstration took place last Tuesday, 16 November, in the Spanish Army firing and training range 'Álvarez de Sotomayor', located in Almeria, Spain. During the different exercises performed on the field, EXPAL showed all the products and systems involved in this proposal.
SIMOX is a simulator that can educate and trains an entire section of mortars and each of its members.
EXPAL was chosen to become part of the SHEPHERD-MIL UAV RAPAZ project.
EXPAL is exhibiting at this year's Defence and Security Equipment International (DESi) event, which will bring together the latest technological updates of the sector.
The Special Operations Group (GEO), the Spanish Elite Police Unit, has trialled EXPAL's latest developments in demolition charges and initiation systems at its facilities in Guadalajara.
EXPAL will be presenting its latest products and solutions at the International Defence Exhibiton & Conference (IDEX) 2015.
EXPAL will show its offer of solutions in different areas as indirect fire support that include the ammunition, the information systems, the weapons on ground or integrated in vehicle and the forward observer systems, including UAVs.
Expal will show its latest proposals in ammunition, systems and technological applications.
EXPAL will exhibit its micro UAV, SHEPHERD, which features a system with multiple applications within the defence and security fields.
The contract covers the delivery of 76mm / 62 caliber TP ammunition for the OTO MELARA cannon.
The new S-402, as this initiation system is called, incorporates an innovative technology that significantly increases security during its use.
ELDIG, the European Land Defence Industrial Group of the AeroSpace and Defence European Association (ASD), held at DSEi London its Fast Reaction Team (FRT) meeting with attendance from most important European companies in the land sector.
Diehl Defence Land Systems and EXPAL have signed a cooperation framework agreement offering solutions in the field of vehicle maintenance for the international market, which intensifies their joint activities.
The works will start in three months and includes the destruction of obsolete and outdated ammunition of the Cyprus National Guard.
At DSEI 2013, which was held 10-13 September in London, EXPAL presented its latest products and services among its four main lines of activity.
On 10 July 2013, government delegate Germán López Iglesias inaugurated EXPAL's new manufacturing facilities of electronic fuzes in 'El Gordo (Cáceres)'.
During LAAD 2013, the 9th edition of the event, EXPAL will be pleased to show its latest weapon systems, ammunition and propellants and capabilities in areas such as platform maintenance and aeronautical systems maintenance.
EXPAL has been awarded the tender for the implementation and management of a demilitarization line in Brazil.